Venice Art Biennale’s Foreigners Everywhere celebrates multiplicity
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by Kristine Klein
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Foreigners Everywhere 60th International Art Exhibition (Venice Biennale) April 20–November 24 As an architectural historian returned from a whirlwind week in Venice, my reaction to the current Art Biennale can The post Venice Art Biennale’s <em>Foreigners Everywhere</em> celebrates multiplicity appeared first on The Architect’s Newspaper ..read more
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Catching up with architect Moshe Safdie in Singapore on his work toward sustainable standards for cities
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by Elizabeth Fazzare
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The first time Israeli Canadian American architect Moshe Safdie went to Singapore, he was invited by a shipbuilder. It was the late 1970s, and the industry was down. Singaporean businessman The post Catching up with architect Moshe Safdie in Singapore on his work toward sustainable standards for cities appeared first on The Architect’s Newspaper ..read more
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Architectural photographer Christopher Payne captures the timeless craft of terra-cotta fabrication at the historic Gladding, McBean factory in California
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by Kristine Klein
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Twelve years ago, a reservoir called Folsom Lake, about 30 miles northeast of Sacramento, dried up. On the drought-cracked bottom lay a clay pipe, submerged since 1955, when the reservoir The post Architectural photographer Christopher Payne captures the timeless craft of terra-cotta fabrication at the historic Gladding, McBean factory in California appeared first on The Architect’s Newspaper ..read more
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KPF reclads a prominent Fifth Avenue office building with custom oversize IGUs
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by Trevor Schillaci
1d ago
Brought to you by: Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox Location: New York City Completion Date: 2023 View More Project Info In 2018, Jared Kushner sold 666 Fifth Avenue to Brookfield Properties. The post KPF reclads a prominent Fifth Avenue office building with custom oversize IGUs appeared first on The Architect’s Newspaper ..read more
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Reimagine Architect references fur trade–era cabins for The Lodge at Metís Crossing
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by Trevor Schillaci
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Brought to you by: Architect: Reimagine Architects Location: Smoky Lake, Alberta, Canada Completion Date: 2022 View More Project Info The Lodge is the latest addition to Metís Crossing, a hub The post Reimagine Architect references fur trade–era cabins for The Lodge at Metís Crossing appeared first on The Architect’s Newspaper ..read more
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PATTERNS’s medical campus in the San Fernando Valley disrupts the strip mall typology
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by Mimi Zeiger
2d ago
Victory Boulevard cuts a straight line through the suburban San Fernando Valley. It’s a 20th-century time capsule: a wide swath of asphalt lined by lowrise retail, gas stations, and fast The post PATTERNS’s medical campus in the San Fernando Valley disrupts the strip mall typology appeared first on The Architect’s Newspaper ..read more
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WRNS Studio makes space for both high-profile clients and sensitive civic work
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by Daniel Roche
2d ago
WRNS Studio, a 145-person office with locations in San Francisco, Honolulu, New York, and Seattle, is a thought leader when it comes to adaptive reuse and sustainability. The bicoastal firm The post WRNS Studio makes space for both high-profile clients and sensitive civic work appeared first on The Architect’s Newspaper ..read more
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Pratt Institute is contemplating a new building to house the School of Architecture
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by Kristine Klein
2d ago
Since 1954, students and faculty of Pratt Institute’s School of Architecture have attended class, built models, and studied in a number of buildings on the Brooklyn campus, most notably Higgins The post Pratt Institute is contemplating a new building to house the School of Architecture appeared first on The Architect’s Newspaper ..read more
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Owen Hatherley’s Walking the Streets/Walking the Projects asks “what a new generation of American socialists might learn” from New York and Washington, D.C.
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by Daniel Roche
2d ago
Walking the Streets/Walking the Projects: Adventures in Social Democracy in NYC and DC by Owen Hatherley | Repeater Books | $16.95 Describing oneself as a flâneur is a good way The post Owen Hatherley’s <em>Walking the Streets/Walking the Projects</em> asks “what a new generation of American socialists might learn” from New York and Washington, D.C. appeared first on The Architect’s Newspaper ..read more
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For Telugu Medium in Hyderabad, India Sona Reddy Studio references the local vernacular
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by Emily Conklin
2d ago
Hyderabad is India’s fourth-largest city and a major southern capital of technology and culture. Located on the Deccan Plateau, its warm, inland climate has also inspired a beautiful vernacular architecture—one that The post For Telugu Medium in Hyderabad, India Sona Reddy Studio references the local vernacular appeared first on The Architect’s Newspaper ..read more
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